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Lake Pepin and Pool 4

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What has been the good word for Lake Pepin and areas in around Pool 4? anyone catching anything up by the Dam? deep water, shallow water?

looking for an update,

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Has anyone been having any luck up by the Red Wing Dam or near the Bridge in Red Wing (down from park)? Saugers starting to bite? Has the recent cold weather cooled the water enough to get walleyes to begin movement up from Pepin to the Dam area?

also, I hear there is a Sauger tourney going on this weekend out of Everts. Any info on that?

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Sauger and walleye bite is starting to get hot. Blades and ringworms are the best choices. The saugerama is at Everts this Sat. Everts has a website and Dean will be happy provide any info you need.

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Are they biting on the lake or more up by Everts? I was on Pepin the weekend before last and I couldn't buy a walleye. I was wondering if it would be worth the trip again. I see the water temp has settled in at 49 for the last couple of days.

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Up by the rollerdam and the Y. Dean at everts can tell you where to go and what to use.

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